Triple-A: Rochester Red Wings 4, Buffalo Bisons 3 (Game 1)
The best part about Game One of this doubleheader is that the Bisons scored three runs to start the game, and then the Red Wings just ripped them.
1B Byung Ho Park opened the fifth inning with double, and scored on a SS Engelb Vielma ground-out a bat or two later. The seemingly-always-on-fire CF Zack Granite also doubled in the game, as did C Mitch Garver, 2B Tommy Field, and RF Niko Goodrum.
SP David Hurlbut gave up three earned runs over 5.2 innings pitched. That’s not THAT bad, but not good. What I’m saying here though is that the Twins won this game.
Triple-A: Rochester Red Wings 4, Buffalo Bisons 2 (Game 2)
Well in THIS ONE, the Red Wings just buried them. Bison SP Cesar Valdez pitched all seven innings of the doubleheader-shortened game, but he was also reponsible for all four runs given up by the Bison, which led to the loss.
Red Wing 3B Leonardo Reginatto hit a two-run home run, which was the biggest hit of the game.
Double-A: Pensacola BlueWahoos 6, Chattanooga Lookouts 1
Lookouts SP Randy LeBlanc gave up three runs over 5.3 innings here, which was pretty bad. RP Raul Fernandez also gave up a three-run home run home run. It was bad, but I’m trying to turn over a new leaf. Be real “zen” like.
High-A: Fort Myers Miracle off
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Low-A: Burlington Bees 6, Cedar Rapids Kernels 2
Not a good start by Kernels SP Tyler Wells or the Kernels offense. Wells gave up five earned runs, but only three were earned. Just bad defense.
3B Travis Blankenhorn went 1-for-3 and walked twice, though.
Rookie League: Pulaski Yankees 6, Elizabethton Twins 1
C Robert Molina hit a home run and DH Trey Cabbage doubled as the as the baby Twins completely lost to the baby Yankees. Because the circle of life, and all.